High and low mammographic density human breast tissues maintain histological differential in murine tissue engineering chambers
GL Chew, D Huang, SJ Lin, C Huo, T Blick, MA Henderson, P Hill, J Cawson, WA Morrison, IG Campbell, JL Hopper, MC Southey, I Haviv, EW Thompson
BREAST CANCER RESEARCH AND TREATMENT | SPRINGER | Published : 2012
This study was supported by the Victorian Breast Cancer Research Consortium (MCS, IGC, EWT, JH), the St Vincent's Hospital Research Endowment Fund (EWT, JC, PH 2008, 2009), and National Health and Medical Research Council (GLC, MCS, JH, IGC). SJL is supported by the NSS-PhD scholarship from the Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR). St Vincent's Institute and The O'Brien Institute receive infrastructure funding from the Victorian State Government under the Medical Research Operational Infrastructure program. We thank Sue MacAuley and Nadine Wood (St Vincent's BreastScreen, St Vincent's Hospital, Victoria) for help with radiography and tissue sampling; The Victorian Cancer Biobank (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre) for help with tissue accrual; The Department of Pathology, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne, for assistance with tissue processing and immunohistochemical staining on the autostainer.